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, if you will. we do have an opportunity to talk to several people within the pentagon and what we found we were very disappointed by was that they weren't taking the steps that they really needed to take to address this problem. >> brown: is this for you an act of... is it journalism? is it art? i mean it's film making. how do you see what your doing? >> well, i guess i see myself as an artist. but as an artist i think you take on the greatest challenge you can. to put all these things together, the art, film making, journalism into one, i see it as an artistic enterprise but at the same time, of course, when you're dealing with this kind of subject, you have to be very journalistically precise which we were. but it's a challenge. i mean this film was being made actually for two audiences. one was for the film making audience. it's been very successful. it was nominated for academy award. it's won many audience awards but it was also made for policy makers in washington d.c. >> brown: you had them in mind absolutely. i remember cut by cut we'd be thinking, this will play to an audience but
. >> shepherd: if they were to break into the pentagon and do this physically, it would be war. i don't quite understand how much of a difference there is practically speaking. >> we are reaching a policy point where that decision's going to have to be made. at what point do we declare war in a cyberspace domain when somebody does something, you know. the intrusion i was on talking with you. i mean, we've talked a lot of times about china, the joint strike fighter intrusion, los alamos labs, very sensitive areas. nuclear weapons. stealth technology. if you can't beat us at the game, you steal our secrets to achieve parity quicker. it puts us at a disadvantage and makes the job of the people securing the infrastructure more costly and dangerous. >> shepherd: when this nation was in its infancy, people say we did the same thing. >> yeah. it was00 years ago. they need to get over that. not saying we're totally clean in some of these areas, but the sophistication, the state sponsorship, the fact that a couple of the chinese technology companies are staffed by former members of the pla that are in
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